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1963 Wheel Horse 653 with attachments
I have for sale a 1963 Wheel Horse 653 tractor. The tractor has no motor but includes the deck and cultivator attachments. (everything pictured comes with the deal for $350)
The deck needs a few parts (bearings and a couple of other small things which are pictured), or it can also be repaired or even made into a new deck.
The cultivator includes all of the spades and is in good shape. In the picture the spades are dirty, not rusty!
I bought this tractor for a project and I have too many irons in the fire so it's time to let this one go.
Also included are two brand new mower belts and original mower belts as well.
Pictured is the tractor at a few different angles... The tractor was painted prior to storage but all of the original dents and dings from use were left to maintain authenticity.
Also pictured is the Tractor's serial number. All stickers were removed for painting but can be ordered online for a fair price (customized with S/N and I can give you the site)
The Deck serial number is pictured as well for cross reference.
All four tires need tubes if you are using them!!
I'd be willing to part the tractor out if you see something you need, just call or text for a price!
Serious inquiries only please! Feel free to call or text with any questions and if I do not answer right away, please leave a message!
Wanted a snoblower and got another C-160
Engine was in pieces when it arrived and needed a new piston but all that aside After a new rear seal and adding oil test drove it the other day. It was a lot of work but I'm just so glad there wasn't more damage as the fins were packed with mud(could this have caused the piston failure?) I'm thinking this was not a normal buildup. Has anyone seen this? No way it was cooling properly.
And as a side note: I just wanted to send a shout out to Mabsoon for going out of his way and bringing both this and the snoblower down. ! couldn't have done it without you buddy.
Help on Identifying my Tractor
Hey guys, question for you:
I have been trying to identify my tractor but have come up with conflicting info on a few fronts...I always thought it was a 1973 Raider 10 but see the info below:
The model number on the tractor ID tag riveted below the dash says 1 6931 which, when looked up on this list, corresponds to a 1968 Raider 9 - 8 speed. The decals on the tractor say Raider 10 - 6 speed and look like the 1968-1969 decals as seen on redoyourhorse, I have the manual for the tractor that says 1973 Raider 10 - 6 speed. The trans has a 1-2-3 and high and low (6 speed, right? Reverse doesn't count, right?). The engine is a Tecumseh which, according to Tractor Data, is only in the Raider 10's up to 1972. The model number is HH100-115095B, which is a 10 hp Tecumseh and the serial number on the engine is 7362, which I am not sure what that is deciphered into (first digit being a 7 -- 1967? 73 for 1973? Not sure). The model number of the engine does match the 1968 Raider 9 - 8 speed that is on the list.
Any thoughts? I know it's a bit strange but, I guess I'm leaning toward the 1968 model but I'm confused on the Raider 10 decal and the 1973 manual that I had in the house from which the tractor actually came...
Let me know what you think.
1998 312-8 for sale
For sale is my first Wheel Horse, my 1998 312-8. Tractor is real clean and runs great. I've currently got it listed on Craigslist for $1,000 with a 37" deck and bagger setup. Tractor has 775 hours on it and doesn't skip a beat does have a minor dent in the hood from something falling on it when it was in winter storage. I would keep it but I have 3 horses currently and need the extra room. Willing to sell as a bare tractor is someone is interested. Shoot me an offer I'm negotiable on price.